In a world that evolves every day and the solutions of major tech companies become increasingly refined, artificial intelligence is becoming a familiar companion that we are gradually getting used to. From Microsoft’s Copilot to Meta’s new ideas with Llama 2, and even the introduction of artificial intelligence into tools like Zoom, the industry never rests, constantly striving to become users’ favorite with new and increasingly interesting and intricate tools and functionalities. This includes the long-anticipated improvement of Microsoft Paint based on artificial intelligence.
The key lies in Copilot
Copilot is Microsoft’s new tool and the talk of the town in the world of tech enthusiasts. It’s a virtual assistant based on artificial intelligence that comes with the latest version of Windows 11 and allows you to do a myriad of interesting things. However, perhaps the most important aspect is the numerous enhancements it brings to support Microsoft Paint, one of the most iconic tools in the Windows ecosystem and a favorite of many users.
In this way, Microsoft Paint has gone from being a tool that the company was tempted to remove to becoming one of the most powerful. Thanks to Copilot, for example, Paint now features an automatic background removal tool that allows for precise separation of the main element in an image.
Outside of Paint, and perhaps one of the most intriguing tools, is the ability to find recipes through image analysis. It also includes a unique password manager using biometric fingerprint recognition called Passkeys.
But that’s not all. Finding images that share a color or topic will be much easier through improvements to the Photos app. Additionally, there’s a backup tool to simplify the transition between an old computer and a new one.